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****UPDATE - AUDI HAS REMOVED THE DIESEL ENGINES FROM THE LATEST 2020 MODEL LINE UP, SO IT'S A CHOICE OF 2.0 LITRE PETROL ENGINES ONLY NOW!!****
Imagine anv sports car that combines power, speed and efficiency – without having to sacrifice interior or exterior style. Got one in mind? If it’s not the all-new TT Ultra TDI diesel, it should be. With a fresh era of the model comes a different view. Audi’s approach to engineering has shifted – and it all starts with the third engine option. The 2020 TDI Ultra is an uncompromisingly powerful system, boasting six speeds, four cylinders and a top speed of 150mph. Where the TDI excels in pace, it continues in fuel-efficiency, achieving a staggering 67.3mpg – more than double the TFSI petrol equivalents also available in the TT trim. 0-62mph is still achieved in an impressive time of 7.1 seconds – meaning petrolheads won’t have to compromise on performance for a more fuel-friendly engine. So how have Audi achieved such wonder? It begins with the TT’s very make-up; constructed of lightweight aluminium and steel, Space frame technology has enabled Audi to remove 50 additional kilograms of weight. Then, there’s the benefit of reduced bulk when combined with Audi’s Ultra technology, which makes for an agile and economical driving experience. But perhaps the best part of the TDI Ultra is its CO2 output. With just 110g/km, this engine reflects emission levels more likely to be seen in a small city hatchback than a 2.0 litre coupe – showing just how far Audi will go in the pursuit of motoring excellence. The best part? It’s the most affordable engine in the range, with prices starting from under £30k.
The Audi TT diesel is a relatively new offering that only came into being after the second generation was launched. It uses the more powerful 184 horsepower version of the 2.0 litre TDI engine that is offered in the majority of Audi products, and performance which is on a par with the 1.8 Turbo petrol engine. What it also gives are several other benefits: an average fuel consumption of over 60 mpg which is one of the best you can get in any sports car, which also gives a CO2 level which is nice and low for company car tax payers, and finally there are its residual values which are even stronger than the standard TT, which was already one of the best cars available for resale values, so the 2020 Audi TT diesel is a win win proposition all round! Orangewheels has some of the best discounts and deals available on the new model, so simply highlight the model above to add your required colours and optional extra equipment to see what is the best deal and just how much you could save with our cheapest offers on a new TT Diesel for sale.